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A new Quercus (Fagaceae) morphospecies is described based on well‐preserved fossil leaves. The fossils were collected from Yangyi Formation of the Upper Pliocene at the Yangyi coalmine, Baoshan, western Yunnan, China. Details of the microstructure of mesophyll tissue are preserved because...
The homogenization of silicate melt inclusions (SMIs), small droplets of silicate melt trapped in magmatic minerals, is an important component of petrogenetic and magmatic research. Conventional homogenization experiments on SMIs use microscope‐mounted heating stages capable of producing high...
Hydroxycalciopyrochlore, ideally (Ca,Na,U,□)2(Nb,Ti)2O6(OH), cubic, is a new mineral species (IMA2011–026) within the pyrochlore supergroup that was found occurring at the Maoniuping mine, Mianning County, Xichang prefecture, Sichuan Province, southwest China. The mineral is found in an alkali...
The Kejie pluton is located in the north of the Changning‐Menglian suture zone. The rock types are mainly biotite‐granite. Zircon LA‐ICP‐MS U‐Pb dating indicates that the Kejie pluton emplaced at about 80–77 Ma, Late Cretaceous. The Kejie pluton samples are characterized by high SiO2...
To study arsenic (As) content and distribution patterns as well as the genesis of different kinds of water, especially the different sources of drinking water in Guanzhong Basin, Shaanxi province, China, 139 water samples were collected at 62 sampling points from wells of different depths, from...
A new fossil species, Anthoscytina macula sp. nov., of the family Procercopidae is described from the Early Cretaceous Yixian Formation in Huangbanjigou, Chaomidian Village, Beipiao City, Liaoning Province, China. A key to the species of the genus Anthoscytina Hong, 1983 is provided. The...
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